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Hunter Moore’s ‘Scary as Sh*t’ Revenge Porn Site Will Map Submitted Photos to People’s Addresses

WARNING: Revenge #porn site is being relaunched & is facilitating STALKING! NEVER share nude photos with ANYONE! ~ IT CAN BE VERY DANGEROUS! ~ Read below to learn more and please share this story to inform and warn others before they become victims of this predator and his many “fans”/potential stalkers and abusers.

[Betabeat] In an interview with Betabeat last night, infamous revenge porn peddler Hunter Moore shed some light on what his new smut submission site, HunterMoore.TV, will look like. Mr. Moore, who rose to prominence with the now-defunct revenge porn site IsAnyoneUp, intends to port all of the old content over from the original site onto the new one.

“I have nerds for days,” Mr. Moore, in New York to serve community service following a violent incident, told Betabeat last night in a Lower East Side bar. “I have nerds on nerds. I have so many secret servers. I got sh*t in Switzerland, Australia, Canada. All that stuff’s accessible, it’s just on a different domain.” He added that any content that had been legally questionable before will be gone.

“All these people that thought they were safe: nah, it’s all gonna be back,” he added.

Perhaps even more terrifying is the newest feature planned for HunterMoore.TV, which Mr. Moore said will launch anywhere from two weeks to a month from now. The submission form, which previously included fields like the person’s name, links to social media profiles and a place to upload photos, will have a new field: address. Scorned lovers who submit photos of their exes for revenge can now also enable others to physically stalk them by including their addresses along with the photos. HunterMoore.TV will then display the photos on a map.

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ARTICLE LINK: http://betabeat.com/2012/11/hunter-moores-scary-as-shit-revenge-porn-site-will-map-submitted-photos-to-peoples-addresses/

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Call For ‘Virtual’ Child Pornography To Be Legally Provided to Pedophiles Stirs Dutch Debate

WOW. Two Dutch “sexologists” have proposed that virtual #childporn INTENTIONALLY be made & provided to #pedophiles — as long as it is “made under strict government control” with a label! Thank goodness some people there have taken a firm stand against this! But disturbingly others have supported it. Hopefully their proposal will go nowhere, but it’s alarming that anyone would even take their proposal seriously for a second, as using child porn of any type does NOT “satisfy” a pedophile’s “urges” (that is the “catharsis myth”), but instead just FUELS their urges and encourages them to act out their depraved “fantasies” on REAL children! Read more below…

[Naharnet] A call by two Dutch sexologists for “virtual” child pornography to be legalized so as to assuage paedophiles’ desires has sparked fierce debate in the Netherlands.

Sexologists Rik van Lunsen and Erik van Beek of Amsterdam University Hospital (AMC) last month floated the idea of creating child pornography using drawings or computer-generated images.

“If you make virtual child pornography under strict government control with some kind of label explaining that no child was abused, you can give paedophiles a way of regulating their sexual urges,” Van Beek told Agence France Presse, calling for an enquiry or at least public debate on the issue.

Virtual child pornography — including drawings, paintings or computer-generated images — was made illegal in 2002 as rapidly developing technology made increasingly photorealistic images possible.

As with “traditional” child porn, creating, owning or sharing such images is currently punishable by up to four years in prison in the Netherlands.

“I think that repressing your fantasies can lead to frustration and, ultimately, for some types of paedophile, to a greater likelihood of doing something wrong,” Van Beek said.

Around one percent of the Dutch population of 16.5 million has paedophile preferences, mainly men, but only a tiny fraction will ever abuse children, noted the sexologist.

Many of them will moreover never feel the need to live their sexuality through child pornography.

The two sexologists’ suggestion sparked fierce debate in Dutch media, blogs and discussion forums, as the idea has turned out to be controversial even in the free-thinking Netherlands.

For former parliament speaker Gerdi Verbeet, “it’s really not a good idea”.

“It would be an enormous responsibility for the government,” she said during a debate on public television, noting that it might also be impossible to tell the virtual images from the real.

— “How realistic should the images be?” —

Crime journalist Peter de Vries said during the same debate that the proposal “could work”, but that the potential problems were many.

“How far should it go? How realistic should the images be?” he asked.

Internet discussion forums overflowed with mostly critical comments, from “Don’t do this to our children!” to asking why paedophiles don’t just use their imagination.

“The proposal isn’t really pertinent and for some people it will certainly increase the likelihood of going through with it (sexual abuse),” warned psychotherapist Jules Mulder of the De Waag clinic.

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ARTICLE LINK: http://www.naharnet.com/stories/en/61319-virtual-child-pornography-call-stirs-dutch-debate

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Here is a reference on why the “catharsis theory” is unsubstantiated,” by Diana E. H. Russell, Ph.D., one of our founding and current Board members:

“Many still believe that exposure to pornography is cathartic or provides “a release of wishes, desires or drives such that they do not have to be acted on in reality” (Kelly, Wingfield, & Regan, 1995, p. 23). It is important to critique the catharsis theory before launching into Russell’s opposing theory. Similarly, it is important to review existing research on men’s propensity to sexually victimize children. This section provides a brief analysis of both topics.

CATHARSIS VS. INTENSIFIED DESIRE:

According to the catharsis theory, the repeated exposure of males to pornography “leads to a steadily decreasing interest” in the material (Bart & Jozsa, 1980, p. 210). This exposure is frequently described as a “safety valve.” As applied to child pornography, this theory assumes that repeated viewing of child pornography decreases viewers’ desire for sex with children. Hence, according to this theory, viewers of child pornography should be less likely to sexually victimize children.

The very influential but poorly designed experiment of Howard, Reifler, and Liptzin is widely cited as proof of the validity of catharsis theory (Diamond, 1980; Howard, Reifler, & Liptzin, 1991). Howard et al.’s experiment was based on a small sample of 23 white college males and 9 comparable controls. The researchers exposed the sub­jects and controls to a pornographic movie, then tested both groups for sexual arousal. The subjects were then exposed to adult pornography for 90 minutes a day for 15 days, whereas the controls viewed two non-pornographic movies over the same period. Twenty of the 23 subjects were then shown a third pornographic movie. Howard et al. (1991) found that “all subjects reported being initially stimulated” by the pornography, followed by “a marked decrease in interest in pornography as a result of the exposure” (p. 111).

It is important to note that the “subjects’ choice of pornography was severely limited” (Zillmann, 1989, p. 130). Hence, Howard et al.’s experiment only showed that a tiny sample of males became bored when exposed over time to a limited choice of material. Despite this, many pro-pornography advocates point to Howard et al.’s conclusion that all “legal restrictions to the availability of pornography” should be removed (p. 127). Indeed, this was one of the experiments on which the 1970 Commission on Obscenity and Pornography based its identical conclusion.

Zillmann and Bryant (1986) conducted an experiment based on 160 subjects that demonstrated the invalidity of Howard et al.’s conclusion. They recruited two samples: a student sample that included an equal number of males and females randomly drawn from undergraduate directories at two midwestern universities; and a nonstudent sample of males and females “drawn via random-digit dialing, with proportional sampling within all metropolitan exchanges” (p. 563). Zillmann and Bryant’s sample consisted of 20 subjects in each experimental condition.

Zillmann and Bryant gave both their male and female subjects a greater range of pornography to view than the limited materials available to the subjects in Howard et al.’s experiment. These researchers found that the subjects’ boredom after repeatedly viewing the same pornographic material motivated them to switch to viewing different and more extreme pornography, such as material involving the infliction of pain, violent pornography, and “uncommon or unusual sexual practices,” including bondage, sadomasochism and bestiality (Zillmann & Bryant, 1986, p. 577). Howard et al. had failed to consider this possibility, resulting in their invalid conclusion.

Although masturbation is not addressed in the experiments of Howard et al. and Zillmann and Bryant, this is a major goal of pornography. The ejaculatory pleasure obtained from masturbation intensifies the association between it and the pornography viewed, a theory confirmed by considerable experimental research (Cline, 1974; Osanka & Johann, 1989). Most males consider masturbation a very inferior alternative to sex with the type of individuals they desire. Thus, viewers may desire to act out the sexual acts depicted in pornography. For this reason and others, researchers have concluded that catharsis theory is clearly not substantiated (Sommers & Check, 1987).

Research aside, common sense and rationality unequivocally challenge the catharsis theory. Very few people would likely support a proposal to solve the problem of parents physically beating their children by having them watch movies that show parents battering and torturing their children. Why is it only in the case of misogynistic pornography that so many individuals—including a handful of researchers—believe that exposure dissipates the problem? The plain inconsistency and irrationality of the catharsis theory suffice to dismiss the notion that pornography serves as a “safety valve.”

~~ From the section, “Overview of Pornography and Child Sexual Abuse,” from the book “Exposure to Pornography as a Cause of Child Sexual Victimization” — Available online in full at the below link:

http://www.dianarussell.com/exposure_to_porn_cause_child_sexual_victimization.html

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LA County’s Measure B is a major win for safe sex in adult entertainment – by Gail Dines

Check out this great article by Gail Dines (@GailDines) about the recent success of condoms in porn being required — despite massive efforts by the porn industry to stop the ballot measure in favor of this. Gail’s article is very informative and inspirational and it shows how committed activists CAN make a difference by helping to clean up the greedy, corrupt and exploitative porn industry!

[The Guardian] As an anti-porn feminist academic and activist, I am often accused of being in bed with the right. Well, the time has officially come for the pro-porn camp to stop worrying about my bedmates, because they seem to be the ones who are cosying up to some very strange bedfellows indeed.

Who, for example, would have believed that the pornographers would end up in the same corner as the Los Angeles County Republican Women’s Federation? This was just one of the groups, along with the Los Angeles County Republican party, that supported the porn industry’s efforts to stop the Los Angeles County ballot initiative that would require condoms to be used for vaginal and anal sex in porn films shot in the county. Known as Measure B, and authored by the Aids Healthcare Foundation (AHF), this initiative also requires porn film producers to obtain public health permits. Repeated failure to do so could result in civil fines or misdemeanor charges.

Even though there was a massive campaign against this measure – orchestrated by the porn industry and supported by business organizations such as the San Gabriel Valley Legislative Coalition of Chambers of Commerce and the Valley Industry and Commerce Association (Vica), which proudly boasts that it “promotes a pro-business agenda” – the measure passed on 6 November, with 55.9% of the vote.

It is worth noting that some of the “premier partners” of Vica include Chase Bank, Walmart, Southwest Airlines and Vons (a Safeway company). With friends like these, it is clear that the pornographers’ carefully crafted image as a bunch of cool, hip, renegade artists at the cutting edge of protecting our fantasies and freedoms is bogus. They are in bed with the big boys of American capitalism, and the fact that a non-profit group such as AHF won is a rare instance in this country of David beating Goliath.

It’s no surprise that the mainstream media has virtually ignored this, because it shows just how a well-organized, committed and dedicated group of activists can fight and win against corporate power.

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ARTICLE LINK: http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2012/nov/12/la-county-measureb-safe-sex

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Japan Sees Surge in Aspiring Adult Film Actresses Over Decade, “6000 Girls Debut Every Year”

Wow! #Porn is REALLY mainstreamed in Japan now! “It’s just like applying for a part-time job at a convenience store”. Ouch! And apparently so many young women are applying to be in porn that they are turning many of them down! Wow. This is fortunate of course for the ones who are turned down, but it’s so sad for the many thousands per year who are “accepted”… 😦 Read more below…

[Rocket News] The Japanese sex film, or adult video (AV), industry is big business. It’s said that around 20,000 videos are released annually and some Japanese AV actresses have achieved celebrity status even outside of Japan.

And it’s not just demand for Japanese skin flicks that’s thriving.

According to nonfiction writer Atsuhiko Nakamura, who has published several books based on interviews with AV actresses, the number of Japanese women seeking work in the adult video industry has increased dramatically over the past decade, with some 6000 girls making their debut every year.

Atsuhiko Nakamura has interviewed over 500 AV actresses and made headlines in Japan for casting light on the dark side of the AV industry with his bestselling book, “Namae no nai Onna-tachi” (“The Nameless Women”).

“Actresses come and go every day and it’s likely that there are about that many [6000] women in the industry at all times,” explained Nakamura during a recent investigative television program.

“Until the late-90s, a lot of people said they wouldn’t appear in an AV even if they were paid ten million yen (about US $128,000), but that rapidly changed over the decade and now normal girls are rushing for a chance to make it into any kind of production.”

While there were always spots open for amateurs in the 90s, now it’s said only 15 out of 100 aspiring actresses can get a role and the rest are turned away at the door. It’s just like applying for a part-time job at a convenience store.”

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ARTICLE LINK: http://en.rocketnews24.com/2012/09/10/japan-sees-surge-in-aspiring-adult-film-actresses-over-decade-6000-girls-debut-every-year/

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Yay! AntiPornography.org Facebook page has made it to 1,000 supporters! 🙂 Many thanks to each & every good person who has taken the time to like this Page or to support our organization or this cause in any way at all. Your support and contributions are very much appreciated, and with your continued help hopefully it won’t be too long before we make it to 10,000 supporters, then 100,000, then one million, and so on. 😉

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Porn industry declares war on new condom law, & Vivid says industry will fight it “to the very end”

The #pornindustry is upset people decided to Vote YES on B & #safesex will be enforced. They say they will leave LA.

[LA Times Blogs] The porn industry is looking for ways to derail a voter-approved ballot measure that requires actors to use condoms during filming.

Porn producers have long said consumers will not purchase movies in which actors wear condoms and on Wednesday, executives and directors once again threatened to move from long-time production sites in the San Fernando Valley to other California counties, Las Vegas or Hungary, Europe’s center of adult moviemaking.

“I love this business, but I feel this is an attempt to drive us out of California,” said veteran director Kevin Moore.

In a letter to the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, the head of an industry lobbying group called the law “untenable for adult production” and said the group was preparing a lawsuit to stop it from going into effect on 1st Amendment and other grounds.

Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, who has been critical of the measure, said it would be difficult for the county to enforce the law because many porn shoots occur in private homes and are never registered with authorities. But he added that the county was obligated to enforce the law, which passed with 55.9% of the vote.

“People voted for it, and they’re entitled to have it on the books,” Yaroslavsky said. “It’s a challenge we’re going to have to confront.”

The Safer Sex in the Adult Film Industry Act, also known as Measure B, was the brainchild of the L.A.-based AIDS Healthcare Foundation, which bills itself as the largest AIDS healthcare organization in the world.

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Read the full article to learn more about why this NOT a “free speech” issue, but is in fact a public health issue.

ARTICLE LINK: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2012/11/the-porn-industry-is-looking-for-ways-to-derail-a-voter-approved-ballot-measure-that-requires-actors-to-wear-condoms-during-f.html

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Proposition 35 Sex Trafficking Measure Passes in California

MORE GREAT NEWS! California voters said YES to Prop 35: CASE Act 2012 to increase penalties for sex traffickers! ~ Yay team!! 🙂 Read more below, and please don’t forget to like, comment and share! Thanks!

[Neon Tommy] Proposition 35, or the Californians Against Sexual Exploitation Act, is designed to make sweeping changes to the state’s laws on human trafficking.

It will increase prison terms for human traffickers, require convicted sex traffickers to register as sex offenders, require all registered sex offenders to disclose their internet accounts and require criminal fines from convicted human traffickers to help cover the cost of services for victims.

Child sex traffickers who use force could face life terms for their crimes. Currently, such a crime is punishable with a maximum eight-year sentence.

Trafficking fines would increase to up to $1.5 million. The current cap is $100,000.

Proposition 35 will also expand human trafficking to include the creation and distribution of child pornography.

Backers of the Proposition said it would bring the severity of punishments up to the same level as federal cases and it would protect the public from traffickers by requiring them to register as sex offenders.

“California should be a leader, like our state is on countless other issues, and Prop. 35 will help make that possible,” Barbara Boxer (D-Calif) said in an article she wrote for the Huffington Post. “It will send a message to traffickers that California is determined to put an end to this horrific crime and help protect victims.”

According to the FBI, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego are among the country’s 13 highest child sex trafficking areas. A 2011 study by the Shared Hope International and American Center for Law and Justice gave California an “F” for its poor child sex trafficking laws.

The Proposition was endorsed by Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and numerous law enforcement organizations and advocacy groups.

Leading the charge behind Proposition 35 was Daphne Phung, a former financial analyst who quit her job to work on the issue full time.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Phung became inspired to fight sex trafficking after watching a documentary about the issue on Valentine’s Day three years ago.

“I’m from Vietnam, a country where people don’t trust the law to protect them,” Phung told the Times. She said that the documentary “challenged my faith and belief in America as the country that claims to provide freedom and equal protection for everyone.”

As of Nov. 3 the “Yes on 35” campaign raised approximately $3.7 million.

Over $2 million of that money is from Chris Kelly, Facebook’s former privacy chief who ran unsuccessfully for attorney general of California in 2010. He also helped draft the Proposition.

The rest of the money raised is from law enforcement associations, teachers associations and some individual private donors.

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ARTICLE LINK: http://www.neontommy.com/news/2012/11/Proposition-35-Sex-Trafficking-Measure-Passes

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